Irina Korina

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Irina Korina (born 1977, Moscow, Russia) is a Russian installation artist.

Biography[edit]

Graduated from the stage design faculty at the Russian Theater Academy, Moscow, in 2000, and also participated in the Valand Academy Exchange Program in Sweden. From 2002 to 2005 studied at Akademie der Bildende Kunst, Vienna.

Korina has been actively engaged with theatre practice and has had a number of exhibitions since 1999. She was awarded The Debut Prize for drama works in 1999 and also the Soratnik All-Russian Contemporary Art Prize three times in 2006, 2009, and 2012. In 2008 and 2015 Korina became a laureate of the Innovation Prize, the All-Russian State Competition in Contemporary Art, and was also awarded the Terna Award for Contemporary Art in 2012.

References[edit]

  • Seddon, Max. "Irina Korina". Frieze. No. 123. ISSN 0962-0672. Retrieved 2020-07-06.</ref>
  • Braddock Quagliata, Gail Victoria (3 May 2012). "IRINA KORINA Demonstrative Behavior". The Brooklyn Rail. Retrieved 6 July 2020.</ref>
  • Akkermans, Ari (4 November 2016). "At a Remote Russian Observatory, Contemporary Art Invokes the Wonder of Stargazing". Hyperallergic. Hyperallergic. Retrieved 6 July 2020.</ref>

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